Prepositions (One word) L, M and N

Prepositions (One word) Letters L, M and N.   Less 10 less 3 = 7. Less VAT the total bill is £345. That is 4 people less than last time. Not good. Like She is like her sister. She sings like a bird. It’s not like Mary to complain. Do it like this. I feel like … Read morePrepositions (One word) L, M and N

Prepositions, one word, G and I

Prepositions (One word) starting with the letters G and I   Preposition G Given He is in very good health, given his age and lifestyle. Given the time, I think we should be leaving very soon. Given how little time he has studied, he knows a lot. Gone It’s has gone 11 o’clock. It must be 11.30 or … Read morePrepositions, one word, G and I

Prepositions E

One word prepositions starting with the letter E Except You can have any colour except yellow or blue. They all came to the party except Joanna. Everyone passed the exam except Paul. Except for the meat, everything was perfect. Excepting I can eat anything excepting Oranges and Apples. Excepting Anne-Marie, everyone was present. Excluding It costs £70, … Read morePrepositions E

Prepositions starting with C

Prepositions (one word) starting with the letter C Circa He died circa 1200. (He died around 1200). This was invented circa 1400. Concerning My boss talked to me this afternoon concerning my job. I have some questions concerning your decision to leave. “I would like to talk to you concerning your recent application.” Considering Considering the poor quality, I … Read morePrepositions starting with C

English speaking mistakes

The following English sentences are a small sample of some common English speaking mistakes. Recent English speaking mistakes made by real students from around the world.  Under each speaking mistake is the correct answer. My latest book ‘How to avoid common English speaking mistakes’ goes into a lot more detail and gives more examples of … Read moreEnglish speaking mistakes